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January 29, 2022

Headlinde for Cheapskate article

Interesting article on Cheapskate's Guide regarding personal websites, with good history of how internet caught on. Check out how the site does not have a CSS stylesheet and even looks like a 90s page. Writer makes good points on corporate internet – but can't resist featuring links to major social media.

I was first online sometime in 1993. I had an email account through the Institute for Global Communication. Would scan the Usenet boards. Then sometime in '95 or '96, I installed a browser on my Mac laptop. I tried America Online, but it was frustrating to watch something like a television network logo take 4 minutes to download. I gave America Online up. I did have my own site for a while, using a WYSIWYG program to make the pages.

An excerpt from the article below:

Websites that are original and creative expressions of their creators' personalities were the foundation of the early 1990's Internet. In this article, I will use this as the definition of the term "old Internet", not to imply that these websites are passe, but because their purpose and sometimes even their look has not changed since then. Although the old Internet will not replace the Internet we have today, signs point to it growing in size and visibility as Internet users become increasingly disillusioned with the corporate-run shopping mall that today's Internet has become.


January 22, 2022

I wanted to fly to Spokane today and decided to cancel due to fog there. I was already at the Astoria airport, so Darbury and I took a little trip in the beautiful weather to the Hoquiam airport. The Aztec is just out of a long annual inspection — waited on parts. I got a new exhaust system on both engines. Sounds great. The mighty Aztec flew wonderful and Darbury made this little slide show. (Can't beleive how developed Ocean Shores is.)

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January 19, 2022

The Third Secret

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January 13, 2022

Darbury textiles with music equipment.

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January 12, 2022

VHS clip from 1990. Who were this Seattle band that lost their gear in the fire? Note: Analog Era artifacts.

UPDATE: Tim Gabor informs me the name of the band who lost their gear in the blaze was Son of Man.

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January 4, 2022

Michael Stipe and Bob Whittaker.

Happy Birthday to Michael Stipe. Thanks for the image Bob Whittaker (pictured).

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Backstage Passes VI

Sound Garden backstage pass.

Can't remember this Soundgarden show!!! I was there, I guess. My bad! 😧

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December 31, 2021

Matt Cameron Instagram Post

Matt Cameron on the social media. One of the greatest drummers!

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Backstage Passes V

Sound City Players backstage pass.

Sound City Players tour 2013. In support of documentary SOUND CITY .

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December 30, 2021

New Jack Endino Album Set Myself on Fire

Jack Endino has a new album on your favorite streaming service. You can buy vinyl too!!!


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December 29, 2021

Backstage Passes IV

Eddie Vedder backstage pass.

Eddie Vedder at Benaroya Hall, Seattle; July 15, 2011. Did not go back stage, but watched from the balconey. Enjoyable performance.

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